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Though activities will look different this year due to restrictions caused by COVID-19, YMCA Camp Robbins will still open on July 6. The decision came after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that … more
At the Crawford Town Board meeting on June 18, the establishment of a coterminous town-village was discussed. If passed, a new Village of Crawford would be incorporated, extending to the entire … more
William Herlihy officially took over as Village of Montgomery chief of police on March 7 when Steven Walsh’s resignation took effect. Herlihy comes into his new position with plenty of … more
At last Tuesday’s Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education meeting the special education plan for school years 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 was adopted. The district currently serves … more
After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) and litigation by the Department’s Office of the Solicitor, the U.S. District Court for the Southern … more
Four employees in the district office at Pine Bush Central School District have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Tuesday, June 23, according to Superintendent of schools Tim Mains. The district … more
After two years of renovation of the historic Montgomery Mills - a 60,000 square foot, 120 year-old set of manufacturing buildings on 22 acres - the new winery emerges along the Wallkill River in … more
Like many other businesses in the Hudson Valley, local ambulance corps have struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ambulance corps have had to change their policies regarding how they respond to … more
Among the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic is a popular restaurant that had served the Village of Montgomery for more than 30 years. The 88 Charles Street Cafe, which had been closed since March … more
Shawangunk’s fields and pavilions are set to reopen on July 6—with conditions—following last week’s town board meeting. Councilman Adrian Dewitt proposed the change, … more
The Town of Crawford Board meeting was held Thursday, June 18 at the Town Hall and on-line via Zoom. Supervisor Charles Carnes read reports from the various departments including police, building, … more
The results for the school budget votes and board of education elections were finalized last Wednesday. The Wallkill Central School District’s 2020-2021 budget was approved. 2,509 people … more
Walden’s annual Music in the Grove Free Summer Concert Series will take place this year with social distancing precautions. A concert will be held each Wednesday from July 1 through August 26 … more
The results for the school budget votes and board of education elections were finalized Wednesday. The Wallkill Central School District’s 2020-2021 budget was approved. 2,509 people voted to … more
People packed Crawford Town Park to participate in a Black Lives Matter protest last Wednesday. The demonstration was organized by Pine Bush High School graduates Zachary Huebsch and Christina … more
On June 2, the Montgomery Village Board voted unanimously to adopt Local Law No. 2 of 2020 establishing a six-month moratorium on the submission and processing of applications for land use approvals … more
Jodi Lynn was named Town of Montgomery Citizen of the Month for June at the Montgomery Town Board meeting on June 4. “Just about any time something is needed she raises her hand and … more
At Monday evening’s Village of Walden Planning Board meeting, Lewis Donnelly presented his application for site plan approval, special exception use and subdivision for construction of a … more
Longtime Town of Montgomery Chief of Police Arnold “Butch” Amthor has announced his retirement from the position. Amthor has been a police officer for a little over 35 years. He has … more
In the wake of the death of George Floyd, who was killed by a Minneapolis police officer after kneeling on his neck for nearly nine minutes, protests have taken over cities and towns across the … more
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